Aestiva, a company that specializes in Business Process Automation (BPA) and serves over a thousand customers worldwide, has just introduced Aestiva Expense Report, an expense report software solution designed for managing the expense report approval and payment process within organizations.
Aestiva Expense Report is part of a family of business process automation products that span expense management, purchasing and procurement, time tracking, human resources, IT and operations support.
Officials with Aestiva said that Aestiva Expense Report allows companies to speed up operations, lower spend by increasing visibility and better manage their expenses overall. The latest version of this expense report software adds new extensions that give companies more options for automating their expense reporting.
According to company officials, Aestiva Expense Report requires no desktop installation and can be installed on standard servers. Users can access the application via the Intranet or the Internet from any browser running on any end-user computer operating system. In addition, the expense report software can be hosted on the Web without any per-user fees.
Back in January, the company had introduced Aestiva Project Time Tracking Software, a platform for tracking professional time. Aestiva Project Time Tracking streamlines time tracking for organizations while providing security, audit, notification and advanced reporting features. The product comes with project-based timesheets and approval flow features.
Aestiva Project Time Tracking is easily modified and highly flexible in order to meet a wide array of time tracking needs. Aestiva also offers options and extensions for hardware and software-based time clocks, custom layouts, union-specific time sheet forms, off-line time sheet, leave requests, expense reports, budget modules and more.
Aestiva Project Time Tracking comes integration-ready for easy linking with external accounting systems such as QuickBooks, Mas90, MS Dynamics, PeachTree, SAP (News - Alert), PeopleSoft, as well as ACH payment systems for automating payments. Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Jamie Epstein